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YOU NEED TO UPGRADE YOUR MEMORY STICK OR BETTER STILL IF YOUR HARD DISK SPACE IS VERY LOW TRY AND UPGRADE ALL MEMORY BOTH YOUR HARD DISK SPACE AND MEMORY CARD ON YOUR SYSTEM IF ALL THIS DIDN'T WORK THEN THERE IS TOO MUCH OF VIRUS ON IT WHICH WILL CALL FOR RELOADING THE SYSTEM AS IN FORMATTING THE SYSTEM WITH A BOOTABLE DISK XP FOR RELOADING THE OPERATING SYSTEM.
Unfortunately, Lsass.exe is the security policy manager for Windows XP. You only options will be to try and press F8, and choose "Last Known Good Configuration." If that doesn't work, you will need a Windows XP CD. Enter that into the drive and boot to the CD. Go to Repair (not Recover Console). This will rebuild Windows XP, and keep your data intact.
try to use system repair to go back if able to. or try to deinstall the service pack.
also an option but not a guaranteed solution: maybe due to long period of use your pc needs a cleanup, so i can advice you a freeware like ccleaner. go to ccleaner.com, doznload it at 'downloads'from filehippo.com (their official download link), and check it out. could be that it just a bit of a mess that slows every pc down or gives you problems once in a while....
As you may know, lsass is; Local Security Authentication Server. ANY OF THESE THINGS CAN RESULT IN AN UNUSABLE SYSTEM! So don't try them if you aren't able to re-install your operating system without trashing it (Over top should work), if there's any information not backed up that you can't lose, or aren't prepared for the worst, because that's what usually happens, right? :^D TAKE IT TO SOMEONE IF ANY OF THESE THINGS APPLY TO YOU.
Although you shouldn't have any problems with these simple remedies, I don't want to be responsible if it does!
The trojan you found and removed has corrupted some registry settings.
If you have a known good configuration, you can "go back". OR you can try running a registry cleaner on it.
You can also try going into "Services" and killing it, which should bring up your Welcome screen and reboot. All of your usernames and passwords may be gone though! And you'll have to start over.
That little app is a major factor in the security of your system. You should boot from the XP CD and attempt to repair your current XP installation to rremedy the problem. It can lead to problems connecting to other computers on occasion, but more frequently it can cause problems accessing files on your hard disk.
Boot from your WinXP CD and repair your existing installation. That is the component that controls security on your computer. When done with the repair and you can boot into your operating system again, you should do a full virus scan on the computer since there are several viruses that can cause this problem.
Are you wanting to clear thr BIOS password? IF so the only way to do it on a laptop is to pull the CMOS battery out. Then boot the computer up to BIOS and it should be cleared, then just reinstall the battery.
Are you running a firewall (such as zonealarm)? It might be your firewall may be blocking a legit attempt by lsass.exe to run. You may have to add this to your firewall's allowed list. Of course if you are not running a firewall or if your firewall is already set to allow lsass you may have even greater problems.